Best places to sell or donate your clothing in Vancouver

Last year it was the Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up from Japanese author Marie Kondo #konmarie. This year, sustainability and climate change are on everyone’s lips. Either way, decluttering and consuming less are on point for 2020. If your closet is full of perfectly lovely but slightly too small clothes, shoes that are not working for you, things you bought online that, um, never worked out. Here are five places to give away or even sell clothes in good condition.

Five places to give away or sell clothes in good condition

Dress for Success

Not working in an office these days? Donate your professional blazers, blouses, skirts, handbags, accessories, and shoes to this terrific charity.

675 West Hastings St,Vancouver

My Sister’s Closet

The Battered Women’s Support Services runs this lovely thrift shop downtown. They take clothes, accessories, and shoes.

1092 Seymour St, Vancouver

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With four locations, this chain of resale boutiques is a great place to sell on designer clothes and accessories. Call for an appointment to consign your things. This is a great place to find posh shoes and bags at a great discount.

3135  Granville St, Vancouver  / 3112 West Broadway, Vancouver / 2929 Main Street, Vancouver / 1985 W 4th Ave, Vancouver /  #610 15355 24th Ave

Front & Company

Gorgeous, huge Main Street institution with quirky used and new clothes and shoes. Best styled windows in the city. No appointment needed for consigning. Particularly excellent for shoes.

3772 Main St, Vancouver

Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre

This important drop-in centre always needs clothing donations, but they also need umbrellas, shoes, bras, and reading glasses.

302 Columbia St, Vancouver

Original post by Erin McGann 
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